Champions League Anthem Played At St Patrick’s Festivities

Champions League Anthem Played At St Patrick's Festivities
Mar 18 2024 Share

DJ Debrii dropped this football classic during yesterday’s St Patrick’s Day celebrations in St Julian’s.


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The Champions League anthem is well known by almost everyone – within and outside – the realm of football.

Debrii weaved it into his track sequence as the crowd of thousands sang along and celebrated the feast that is immensely beloved with many Maltese.


Żabbar St Patrick’s Promoted To Premier League On St Patrick’s Day

Żabbar St Patrick's Promoted To Premier League On St Patrick's Day
Mar 18 2024 Share

Żabbar St Patrick’s Football Club managed to get promoted to Premier League on St Patrick’s Day.

Beating Marsa 2-0, the team, along with Melita, were elected to next season’s BOV Premier League after a streak of wins and matches still to spare.

The team understandably celebrated on the same day of the day of the saint’s name sake.

Meanwhile, Melita found their place in Premier League after beating Senglea Athletic 1-0.

Congratulations to both teams!


Thousands Turn Up To Celebrate St Patrick’s Day

Thousands Turn Up To Celebrate St Patrick's Day
Mar 18 2024 Share

Thousands of people convened in St Julian’s yesterday, Sunday 17th March 2024, to celebrate St Patrick’s Day with a couple of pints, some good tunes and the closest of friends.

Photographs of the events taking place show massive crowds in the area, with streams of people packed and celebrating together.

Did you celebrate St Patrick’s yesterday?


St. Patrick’s Day Clean-Up Sees 15 Tonnes of Waste Swept from St. Julian’s

St. Patrick's Day Clean-Up Sees 15 Tonnes of Waste Swept from St. Julian's
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In the aftermath of the St. Patrick’s Street Celebrations in St. Julian’s, Clean Malta embarked on a massive cleaning project, clearing 15 tonnes of waste in just four hours.

Minister for Tourism and Public Cleansing, Clayton Bartolo, took to social media to acknowledge the efforts of the Clean Malta team. In his recent post, he shared a few snaps of himself of the dedicated team prepared to tackle the challenge ahead, highlighting the scale and importance of their task.

Moreover, Bartolo, alongside Parliamentary Secretary for Public Cleansing Glenn Bedingfield, visited the site to witness the operation firsthand. This swift and efficient cleanup operation not only restored the area but also demonstrated the effectiveness of organised community efforts in addressing the aftermath of large-scale celebrations.

This year, St. Patrick’s Day in Malta saw tens of thousands of revellers take to the streets of St. Julian’s in green clothing to celebrate the annual event, which seems to be ever-growing in Malta.

Did you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?